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How to locate the attack object group and usage of an attack object on the NSM GUI

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Article ID: KB23005 KB Last Updated: 13 Jun 2012Version: 1.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to locate the attack object group and usage of an attack object via the NSM GUI.
Symptoms:
How to locate the attack object group and usage of an attack object via the NSM GUI.
Cause:

Solution:
To find the attack object group for an attack object on the NSM GUI:

  1. Go to Configure > Attack Objects > IDP Objects:


  2. Click the Predefined Attacks tab, press Ctrl+F, and then R.


  3. Type the search keyword (for example, TeamViewer. You can even use the CVE number) and press Enter. This will select/highlight the first occurrence of the attack object, which has the search keyword.


  4. Select the next attack object in the list and press Ctrl+F.


  5. Similarly, you can repeat steps 3 and 4, till the attack object is found.


  6. Right-click the attack object and click Find Usages; This will display the list of attack object groups, to which the attack object belongs:





The above procedure can be used to find the attack object group and usage of IDP and DI objects.
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